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Youssou N'Dour: I Bring What I Love

 
 
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Dir. Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi | 2008, 102min
In Arabic, English, French, and Wolof with English subtitles

“N’Dour is the sort of humanitarian bridge that we need in a world so sharply divided.”
—RogerEbert.com

This remarkable film portrait of the legendary Senegalese musician and humanitarian captures the making of his 2004 Grammy Award-winning album Egypt. An extraordinary testament to N’Dour’s Muslim faith and an impassioned plea for a more tolerant view of Islam, the film is both an insightful profile of this larger-than-life artist and a timely look at the complex place of music in Islam. Youssou N'Dour: I Bring What I Love received the Special Jury Prize at the 2008 Middle East International Film Festival.

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